Operation Manual by Ernst Nathorst-Böös. Documentation Assistance: Ludvig Carlson, Dave Nicholson, Anja Kramer and Andrea Menke. The information in this document is subject to change without notice and does not represent a commitment on the part of Propellerhead Software. The software described by this document is subject to a License Agreement and may not be copied to other media exceptas speciﬁcally allowed in the License Agreement. No part of this publication may be copied, reproduced or otherwise transmitted or recorded, without prior written permission by Propellerhead Software. ReBirth RB-338 was inspired by the TR-808, TR-909 and TB-303, originally created by Roland Corporation. Their unique sounds and visual images have been reborn through digital simulation byPropellerhead Software. All visual and aural references to TR-808, TR-909 and TB-303 are being made with written permission from Roland Corporation. Sound recordings © 1984 Roland Corporation. All product and company names are ™ or ® trademarks of their respective owners. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac, Macintosh and Power Macintosh are trademarks of Apple Computer Inc. ReBirth is a trademark of PropellerheadSoftware. All other commercial symbols are protected trademarks and trade names of their respective holders. All speciﬁcations subject to change without notice. © Propellerhead Software, 1998. All rights reserved.
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Introduction Thanks! About thisDocumentation Making Audio Settings Introduction Windows Computers Macintosh Computers Overview and Basic Concepts Introduction Song Mode vs. Pattern Mode Setting Values Using the Computer Keyboard MIDI Real Time Operation The Song Window Pattern Selection Using Shuffle About Focus and the Focus Bar The Mixers About Levels Programming Rhythm Patterns Introduction Preparations for Creating a RhythmPattern Soloing the Rhythm Section Programming and Playback Selecting Sounds Adding and Removing Notes Tap Recording Deleting notes via the Computer Keyboard Working with Shared Instruments on the 808 section Working with Accents About Open and Closed Hi-hat Clearing the Pattern Working with Various Pattern Lengths Sound Parameters
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Programming Synth Patterns Preparations Soloing a Synth Section Programming and Playback Clearing the Pattern Basic Procedures Using Pitch Mode Using the Keyboard for Creating and Editing Patterns Working with Octave settings Working with Accents Working with Slide Clearing the Pattern Working with Various Pattern Lengths The Synth Sound settings WaveformTune Cutoff Resonance Env. Mod. (Envelope Modulation) Decay Accent The “Vintage ReBirth Synth Sound” switch Pattern Editing Functions Cut, Copy and Paste (Pattern) Pattern Functions Mixing & Effects Introduction Setting Levels Muting Using Pan Effect Routing Dist (Distortion) The PCF (Pattern Controlled Filter) Compressor Delay
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Creating and Playing Songs Introduction About the Song/Pattern Modes Playing Songs How the Song Sequencer works – The “Signal Flow” Preparations for Creating your own Songs Building a String of Patterns Correcting Mistakes and Making changes to the Pattern Order Recording Control (knob) Changes Correcting Mistakes and Making Changes to Control (knob) Recordings Recording while LoopingAbout Recording Pattern changes vs. Control Changes Making Modifications to Patterns Moving, Removing and Repeating Measures in the Song Using the Song Feature in a “live” situation Using “Mods” What is a Mod? Creating a New Song with a Certain Mod Switching Mods for an Open Song Opening Songs that use NonStandard Mods The Mod dialog Adding Mods to your Setup Creating Your own Mods
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